Clyde Property Falkirk: 24 Newmarket Street, Falkirk, Stirlingshire FK1 1JH
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Falkirk is a town in central Scotland that lies in the Forth Valley, midway between Glasgow and Edinburgh and 12 miles (19 km) from Stirling. Occupying such a central position comes with great road, rail and canal links from Falkirk into any direction.

Living Locally in Falkirk

Falkirk has a population of about 35,000 and is served by two rail stations, Falkirk High being a stop on the Edinburgh-Glasgow line, ideal for commuters. There are various schools to choose from and a large college campus, The Forth Valley College.

There are many bars and restaurants within a thriving town centre. In more recent years, the Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies have become particularly popular tourist draws. Not far from the heart of town you will find the historic centre of Callander House and Callander Park grounds.

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Polmont, Maddiston and Brightons are villages in the Falkirk council area, south east of the town of Falkirk. Polmont is the largest settlement, with a population of 5,321 residents.

Occupying a central position there is good access to the M9 and M80 motorways, with a rail link at Polmont station on the Edinburgh – Glasgow line.

Many scenic locations can be seen in these central villages, such as the Ochill Hills, River Forth and Carinpapple Hill. There are local parks to enjoy and a shopping centre in Polmont with cafes, restaurants, pubs and convenience stores to hand. Local golf courses include Grangemouth Golf Club (actually on the outskirts of Polmont) and Polmont Golf Club (which is, in fact, in Maddiston).

Avonbridge is a small village in the Falkirk council area, 4.8 miles (7.7 km) south-south east of Falkirk, with a population of 625. The village is close to the West Lothian council border line and lies at the junction of the B8028 and B825 roads.

Amenities include a parish church, post office and a primary school. The village crosses the river Avon, hence the name Avonbridge.

Beecrags Country Park is 7.8 miles (12.5 km) away in neighbouring West Lothian - 378 hectares of land to explore with animals, caravan park and camping and an adventure play area for the kids.

Boness is a coastal parish town in the Falkirk council area, 6.7 miles (10.8 km) east of Falkirk and 16.9 miles (27.2 km) north-west of Edinburgh. It has an estimated population of around 14,490.

Primarily a commuter town, residents travel to work in Falkirk, Edinburgh and Glasgow using the accessible road and rail links. There is one high school, Bo’ness Academy and five primary schools around the town.

Points of interest include Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, a heritage railway site with 5 miles of track and three stations operated by the Railway Preservation Society. The Museum of Scottish Railways has it’s headquarters at the Bo’ness station, with exhibits, old locomotives and carriages. The newly refurbished Hippodrome cinema in the town is Scotland’s oldest picture house.

Grangemouth is a town in the Falkirk Council area, 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Falkirk town and 13 miles (20.9 km) from Stirling. The town is in the Forth Valley area and has a population of 17,906.

Grangemouth refinery is the biggest employer in the area, with the town also acting as a commuter dwelling for workers across the central belt. The town has four primary schools and the recently refurbished Grangemouth High School with a new indoor pool, football grounds, dance studio and a gym.

The Kelpies and Helix Park is the main draw for tourists to the area – developed as part of a millennium project with the aim to transform unused land into a urban greenspace of interest. The Kelpie structures host a visitor experience.

Larbert and Stenhousmuir are two towns in the Falkirk Council area, each around 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the town of Falkirk. Stenhourmuir is the larger population of the two towns, with 10,190 residents (Larbert has 9,143).

The two towns share certain amenities with each other, with Larbert train station, on the Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling lines, serving both places. Forth Valley Royal Hospital is in Larbert. Stenhousmuir has most of the shops, the local high school, health centre and local government offices. A 2008 renovation saw a new library with a community space, football pitch and new shops, including a new ASDA superstore.

Ochilview Park, Falkirk Tryst Golf Club, Stenhousemuir Cricket Club and the Kelpies and Helix Park are all local points of interest. The prestigious Glenbervie House Hotel, a Victorian Manor house turned hotel and wedding venue, lies on the outskirts of Larbert.

Airth is a royal burgh, part of the Falkirk Council area, 8 miles (13 km) north of the town of Falkirk. The population of the village is 1,273 residents.

The village sits on the banks of the River Forth and on the A905 road between Grangemouth and Stirling. There are a small number of historic houses and two market crosses in the village.

Airth Castle Hotel and Spa is set in country grounds just outside the village and The "Dunmore" Pineapple, often referred to as the most bizarre building in Scotland, stands in Dunmore Park, also on the village’s outskirts. The ancestral home of the Dunmore family, there are walled gardens and hothouses that grew fruit, including pineapples!

Denny (pop. 7,933), Dunipace (pop. 2441) and Head of Muir (pop. 1,677) are villages within the Falkirk Council area, to the west of Falkirk town. All the villages are adjacent to the M80 and M876, making them ideal commuter spots to settle, with motorway access to Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as Falkirk town and Stirling.

Denny is undergoing a £7.6 million renovation of it’s town centre currently. Dunipace is mostly residential with a few amenities including a primary school, post office, shops and two pubs. Head of Muir also has a primary school, convenience store and a butcher.

The Falkirk Wheel is the biggest attraction nearby, and Helix Park and the Kelpies are further to the east, towards Grangemouth.

Bonnybridge is a small village in the Falkirk Council area, with a population of 6,870. It lies 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Falkirk and 8.3 miles (13.4 km) from Stirling.

The village lies just off the M876 motorway, providing good access for motorway links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. The nearest rail link is Camelon station, 3.2 miles (5 km) away. Three primary schools operate in the town, sending pupils to Denny High School and St Mungos High School in Falkirk.

The Falkirk Wheel is the biggest attraction nearby, and Helix Park and the Kelpies are further to the east towards Grangemouth. Roman history can be viewed nearby, with well-preserved parts of the Antonine Wall and remnants of Rough Castle Fort standing just south-east of the village.

Meet the team

Clark Gillespie

Area Director

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Clark has twenty nine years experience in the Scottish residential property market. The majority of Clark's career has been in the Falkirk area in addition to spells in Glasgow and Edinburgh. A valuer by profession, Clark brings immense knowledge and expertise to any property transaction. Clark joined Slater Hogg & Howison in 1989 and progressed through to both Senior Valuer and Area Director roles in central Scotland. Joining Gillespie MacAndrew in Edinburgh as 'Hunters' Property Director in 2005, Clark subsequently returned to the Falkirk market opening Clyde Property's new Falkirk office in 2007. A consummate professional, Clark has a pro-active, commercial and friendly approach when advising on property matters and continues to be Falkirk's leading agent, listing more home than other agency

Anne Clelland

Area Manager

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Anne is now entering her 33rd year in Estate Agency. She and Clark Gillespie opened the Falkirk Branch 9 years ago and is responsible with him for growing the business to the successful office it is today and to be market leader in the town. Anne previously worked as a Regional Manager with another high street Estate Agency but, when approached by Clyde, welcomed the challenge of opening a new branch in Falkirk. She has also been involved in training various Staff members in their individual roles. Customer service is of key importance to her and she is exceptionally proud of her hard working team in achieving a high standard of service and success. Anne's knowledge of property, area and market conditions has allowed her to have negotiated well in excess of 9000 sales in her career and she is still going strong!!

Rhona Philbin


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Rhona is a highly experienced senior sales adviser who has worked in estate agency for 15 years. Born and brought up in Falkirk, Rhona has extensive knowledge of the town and surrounding towns and villages. Rhona's friendly and professional approach has been commented on by many clients who have been delighted by the service received whilst both buying and selling.

Susan Henderson

Letting Negotiator

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A letting professional, Susan has worked in Clyde's letting division for 21 years. ARLA qualified, Susan's in-depth knowledge of the letting industry is invaluable to both landlords and tenants alike. In an ever heavier legislated and professional letting business, Susan is exactly who anyone seeking letting advice should turn to.

Rosalind Nicol


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Ros is a very professional and highly trained sales adviser with 12 years experience working with Clyde Property. Ros is committed to providing exceptional standards of service to both purchasers and sellers. With a cheery and helpful manner, nothing is ever too much trouble for Ros when helping clients.

Lorna Ritchie


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Having entered the estate agency business in 1988, Lorna has had an outstanding career over 30 years. As a very busy negotiator/administrator, Lorna's organisational skills and attention to detail are critical to the success of every sale. Taking a pride in every sale, Lorna always endeavours to deliver the highest standard of service to buyers and sellers alike.

Falkirk Latest News
Clyde Property Falkirk – A Unique Property With Development Potential

This Georgian Regency Townhouse built circa 1835 in Dunipace is something quite unique. Part of this property was used as a Café until quite recently and apart from great development potential, there is a possibility of a building plot in the rear garden (subject to obtaining the usual consents). The property is being sold for a fixed price £50,000 below HRV making it an exceptional buy.

Falkirk Branch News – Race For Life

There’s so much on for all the family here in Falkirk this summer, and one of the events that you can get involved in is the annual Race for Life on Sunday, June 17th.

Local Area Update – Falkirk

With a privileged location half way between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Falkirk is a busy town with lots to offer to residents and visitors alike. The whole Falkirk area offers varied attractions, including The Kelpies, The Helix, The Falkirk Wheel, Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway and the Antonine Wall to name but a few.

Success Stories
Falkirk Branch News - Race For Life



Falkirk branch testimonials

“Knowledge of the local market was incredible”

Donna Jamieson
Sales client, Falkirk branch, Jul 2018
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“Feel safe in their service”

Iain Opray
Letting client, Falkirk branch, Jul 2018
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“Well done team!”

We concluded the missives on the sale of plot one yesterday. Well done team! I have used many words to describe land/property agents over the years! You guys have restored the faith. Thank you. In particular Annie, always cheerful and enthusiastic, diligent and motivated. She even sent me a few "xxxx" on her e mails when things were a bit down. It cheered me up no end. All of you were aware of the progress and it was refreshing to speak to any of the team who had the latest information at any time. Which brings me neatly to Clark. Isn't it amazing what Rugby does? As soon as I was aware of Clark's close connection with rugby (and I was there when David Sole walked out onto the turf in Murrayfield in 1990) the agency had already been selected. Clark gave me some carefully crafted advice and gave good advice as to my expectations for the sale prices of the plots. I have just concluded missives on a small 2 bed flat in Pollokshaws and will ask Annie if she will recommend the Clyde Team there when we come to sell (this crazy 6 month law!!) I will be back again soon. I Hope.

Simon Englander
Sales client, Falkirk branch, Oct 2017

“A perfect example of 5* service “

Having never sold a house before, I had no idea what to do. I used Clyde on a recommendation and it is one that I will be giving to anyone that I know who is selling. From the outset, nothing was too much trouble for the team and they explained every step of the process to me and kept me regularly updated. The patience they showed even when my questions were silly was brilliant. The entire experience was made very easy and everyone that I encountered on the team was an absolute joy to deal with. I can’t recommend Clyde highly enough, this is a perfect example of 5* service at competitive prices. From the initial enquiry to closing date was only 9 days – Amazing. Thank You.

A. Joyce
Sales client, Falkirk branch, Sep 2017

“Excellent service”

Thank you to all the team at Clyde Property Falkirk with the sale of my property. The provided an excellent service and were a pleasure to deal with.

Laura Higgins
Sales client, Falkirk branch, Jul 2017

“Very impressed”

I was very impressed with the highly professional, extremely efficient and organised manner which the Falkirk staff demonstrated during the sale of my home. I have no reservation recommending their services and would use Clyde again in the future.

Angela Bell
Sales client, Falkirk branch, Jul 2017

Contact Us

Clyde Falkirk
24 Newmarket Street, Falkirk, Stirlingshire FK1 1JH

01324 881777
Fax: 01324 898777

01324 467300
Fax: 01324 898777

Opening hours
Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6.00pm
Saturday & Sunday 10.00am - 4.00pm